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Long Beach, California, is not the first city in America to be hit by a record-breaking outbreak of the coronavirus.
In fact, it’s the only one in the United States to be affected by the pandemic.
The city has also seen a dramatic increase in the number of people contracting the virus since the beginning of the pandemics.
However, it turns out that, while Long Beach is the epicenter of the outbreak, the rest of the country is not far behind.
In other words, there are many more people infected than the city.
“In the US, there’s an excess of people in hospitals, and it’s spread by walking around and talking to people,” said Dr. James Giddings, a dental surgeon who has treated thousands of people.
“It’s spread very easily and we’re seeing a lot more infections than we would like to.
It’s a very alarming situation, and we need to do something about it.”
In Long Beach alone, more than 6,000 people have contracted the virus, and the city’s Health Department has warned that more than 4,500 people are infected.
Long Beach has also recorded a record number of coronaviruses in 2017.
In all, Long Beach recorded more than 10,000 new coronavirences, more cases than any other city in the country.
“There are no good numbers, but it’s more than we’re used to seeing in this country,” said Giddies.
“We’re seeing the worst in our county, and Long Beach can’t keep up.”
But Dr. David Hausman, a New York City-based emergency physician and president of the American Dental Association, believes that Long Beach’s situation is unique in the U.S. Because the coronivirus has been so widespread in the region, the number is not being properly tracked.
“The situation in Long Beach does seem unique,” said Hausmans wife, Jennifer, “because the number that we see is not as high as other areas, and because we have the highest number of cases we have seen.”
While the city has reported that the number in the city is over 10,800, the real number of infections is much higher.
“I think we should expect to see even more cases, and I think we can expect more fatalities,” said Jennifer Hausmann.
As the number increases, more and more people are going to need care and care workers will be overwhelmed.
“As long as the hospital system is understaffed, that will increase the need for emergency room care,” said Paul Sarnoff, the president and CEO of the Society of American Dancers.
“People will need more care and we are going into a very challenging situation where emergency room resources are not there.”
The city’s Department of Health says that the majority of the patients who have been seen at the city hospital are adults who have tested positive for the coronas virus.
However a handful of people are not being seen because of lack of space.
“They’re not showing up because they’re too sick,” said Eric Schlosser, the assistant medical director of the Long Beach Health Department.
“What we are seeing is that we’re not being prepared.
It is a matter of when, not if, and how many people get tested.”
The Department of Public Health, however, believes there is no reason for people to be so reluctant to come into the hospital.
“No matter what the number, no matter how low it is, there will always be a need for people,” Schlossers said.
“You have to have the resources to take care of everyone.”
In a statement, the department also acknowledged that it’s been unable to keep up with the number and needs to hire more staff to manage the new cases.
“When we were seeing so many people come into our emergency room, we knew it was an urgent situation and we had to do more to get everyone out as quickly as possible,” said Schlosses.
“And we do need the resources, but the answer is not to rush it, and to have an orderly transition of patients to other areas of the city.”
The department also noted that many hospitals are already overwhelmed.
Many of Long Beachs emergency rooms are full, with more than 1,000 beds.
In addition, hospitals are not equipped to handle the volume of patients, and patients are being left behind in the hospitals.
The department has already taken some steps to address the shortage.
“For the last three months, we’ve worked with hospitals to ensure that our beds are available and are able to accommodate our patients,” said Sarno.
“Our goal is to have a steady supply of beds to our patients, but as the number continues to grow, we will have to continue to work to improve our emergency response, and as we can do